I think these are Eclectus Parrots found in New Guinea. They are unusual in that the female is the brightly coloured red one and the male is the green one.
However the male is also colourful in that it has blue wings and red underneath.
This is an Australian Galah, we saw many of them on our trip.
This shy fellow would not show his face for me. It is an Australian Red Tailed Black Cockatoo.
I can't remember this ones name but it can change colour from almost white to a bright pink.
Thank you Cindy, who says it is a Major Mitchell Cockatoo.
It is bright orange underneath
The Blue one above and the white and yellow ones below are the same species. (Ringnecks, I think)
The one above was a character, it is waving to us.
This is a cross breed, it wouldn't look this way.
This X rated pair are Alexandrines. There were lots of them and they were the ones that put on a show for us doing all kinds of funny tricks. I think they come from Asia.
After the show we were really on our way home. We dropped off Mary first then Ann and George. George followed us in his car while we returned the hire car and then he dropped us home.
WOW! What a fun adventure.